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a source of fear and emotional stress. becky spurling is living a double life. most days are spent at sunrise hospital -- where her husband jim cutlar has been for nearly a year. in her rare time at home...only a fence separates her from what jim's brother louis calls a visible hazard. 12:31:22 louis cutlar "we have squatters next door, we don't want them there. it could get bad. they could break in or do something like that." facing the threat of squatters and monitoring her husband's health...becky is doing her together. 12:34:12 crying "it's just a lot to deal with." "she's been through a lot." while doctors and nurses heal jim... jim cutlar "man, i feel terrible about it." ...the family reached out to 13 action news about the problem next door. david schuman "the cutlars say this house has been vacant since the recession and squatters have been in and out for at least a year. they've tolerated it until now. get some answers.
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but no squatters were there when officers arrived. 12:35:41 "what can you do? what do. 12:37:38 becky "i don't need this. i've already had enough." near nellis and harmon..david schuman..13 action news. this man is in police custody tonight.... after police say... wife and confessed..... in a 9-1-1 call. police say.... arthur lopez initially called dispatchers and told them..... he killed his wife.... but... when they went to the home near sloan and washington.... and no one responded... they left. it was -4- hours later..... when her roommate.... found her dead. detectives found... a bloody metal pipe.... in the trash can. arthur lopez was arrested..... after a two day manhunt... he now faces.... murder charges.
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connection with the sexual assault of an employee at a hotel near boulder highway and desert inn. metro says ivon major is now facing several charges including robbery.. kidnapping and sexual assault. police say the attack occured after major broke into a hotel room. an update on a story you'll see only on 13 action news. the state has shut down a southern highlands preschool after a toddler was left alone outside in the head for more than an hour. 13 action news anchor lesley marin is there live right now with more history. lesley. the kidz kidz kidz here in southern highlands was shut down 2 weeks ago...days after we first aired this story. today-- we're learning through public records -- it's not the first time the school has seen some problems.
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there are no teachers around..they don't even know deal with as a parent.. that incident happened a little over two weeks ago -- but wasn't the first time the preschool has had problems,. 13 action news filed a public records request.. to see just what's been going on at kidz kidz kidz in southern highlands. records show the preschool has had 6 violations since 2009 -- the most recent in october 20-15. the school was fined 118 dollars.. for not having working a-c in a toddler room.. 01460 0 center have to be held accountable none of their previous violations have ever shut down the school. but this time -- the state closed the doors and won't let the school reopen until it meets all its standards. 014529 014537 maybe the next time something would happen to another child and it would not the school was originally set to have its first hearing with the state..tomorrow. that has been reschedule by the school.. due to time restrictions.. lesley marin 13 an the state's top attorney is sinking in.....
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dollars... to defend "the education savings account program". the controversial program allows parents..... to tap into public education money.... for private school tuition. opponents..... including the aclu.... call it.... unconstitutional. the program has been in legal limbo for more than a year..... while the case is argued.... at the state supreme court. right now... roads... trails... and campgrounds are closed..... as a fast-growing wildfire burns its way..... through "great basin national park". "strawberry fire" broke out yesterday.... and... quickly spread to more than.... -5- square miles. here's a picture of the smoke and flames.... near nevada's second- highest mountain peak. no injuries have been reported... and right now... no structures are being months.. question one.. which would require most gun sales or transfers to undergo a mandatory background check. early numbers show voters are in favor.. but we still haven't heard from governor brian sandoval. joining us now with a little
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analyst jon ralston. ----sandoval vetoed bill a couple of sessions ago. it passed legislature on partisan vote. his veto message said he couldn't sign because no exceptions for family transactions. ----today we have exclusively learned that sandoval xxxxx (not sure yet of position, going to assume he will be against). ----during my interview today with the head of the nra's sandoval would join the anti- effort. a local business owner couldn't
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putting up some security cameras. we'll show you what they recorded.. less than a day after they were installed. then... a security guard is attacked..... while doing his job... and now.... run... but... it's what police say.... he took from that security guard.... that has them concerned..... for others safety. and... count on chopper 13 to bring you breaking news fast and first... and... only on 13 action news... we'll be... right back. only on 13 action news... we'll be... right back.
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isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience. great show. here you go. now he's added a new routine. making depositing a check seem so effortless. easy to use chase technology, for whatever you're trying to master. isaac, are you ready? yeah.
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facing charges after live streaming a threat to kill police officers. in the video.. raynarldo glenn says police killed his brother and cousin. glenn was arrested about an hour after they saw the video. new at six.. a car dealership speaking out after a vandal was caught in the act.. tagging his business. it happened in the area of decatur and oakey. you can clearly see someone spraypainting on the wall.. walking away.. then returning to paint some more. dan walker owner, las vegas car & truck 11:47:13 "yeah, i don't think our customers want to pull in and see the walls against the side of the building. it makes people afraid." the business owner says it's not the first time it's happened.. and said the cameras had been
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officer attack-v one of -3- dangerous people is still on the run tonight..... and could be armed..... after a security guard was attacked and robbed overnight. only on -13- action news... we were there..... as police took two guys... into custody. police say... -3- men attacked the guard and stole his gun. they took off..... near vegas valley and lamb. police arrested two... but couldn't find the third... and... the gun was never found. cedric murphy, witnessed arrest 2:10" "i hope they do catch him... do their work like that." 2:16 to the hospital... but.... is expected to be okay. breezy winds will continue through tomorrow as a weak pacific system pushes through the area. also, as we continue to track the moisture from tropical depression javier, it still looks like chances for rain will stay to our east. unfortunately... we see them all the
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people.... who text and drive. but... this woman was doing something behind the wheel.... that's raising some eyebrows. citizens than ever are using the internet. up next.. the upside.. and the downside. stay with us.
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i'm one of them. yo tambien. i'm one of over 300,000 nevadans who rely on social security. social security helps us pay the bills... ...and enjoy the retirement that we've earned. that's what makes joe heck so dangerous. his plan to privatize social security means billions in profits for wall street... ...risking retirement security on the stock market. what if it crashes again? wall street has given joe heck over a half a million bucks. i wonder who he's working for? because it's not us. afscme people is responsible
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her leg up on the dashboard while texting.. and not paying much attention it's an accident waiting to happen. you see it all over town, i wish it wouldn't happen but you see it all over town. (butted to) is she holding the steering wheel at all? studies show texting while driving is six times more likely to cause an accident than driving drunk.. and answering one text takes about 5-seconds of your attention. so.. if you're going 55 miles an hour.. that's enough time to travel the length of a football field. dozens of wild burros are being wrangled up..... from red rock canyon...
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t. were hit by cars. 13 action news reporter.... marti glaser is finding out... where they're going... next. take pack: nat meet jackson... sot 220416the red rock canyon burro jackson moved here 4 years ago he was part of a gather on the red rock herd managements area to protect the animals. that's when he was adopted by this man....blaine benedict..... benedict saw beyond a wild animal nat 220800 common be a good boy he saw jackson as a burro with potential and educational purpose sot 22081 personally for one year and the give him to the interpretive association . but he is still mine cant get myself to part with him . 220832 it's been 4 years since the red rock gathering that led to jacksons adoption and now blm is gathering burrows from spring mountain ranch state park to ensure both the animals and visitors to the park are safe, kirsten cannon is with
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burros are congregating on the road and eating their restoration projects there vegetation. 214818 standup : and even though you see signs like this all along route 159, it doesnt stop people from feeding them and cannon says it could be one of the main reason why you are and whiile blm hopes to relocate 40 burros ..they hope thye will find a safe home, with a loving companion like jackson did. marti glaser 13 action news time now.... for the latest consumer if you're an a-t and t customer... there's a good chance... you could be getting a refund.... from the company. the f-c-c has ordered the company to pay..... nearly -8- million dollars.... after a bogus charge. the feds say... a-t and -t- allowed scammers to
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-9- dollars a month.... for a directory service.... that didn't exist. a-t and t says... it plans to send refund checks to affected customers.... with- in -90- days. you could land a great air fare deal on virgin america.... thanks to it's 9 year anniversary. from now until midnight tomorrow .... the airline is offering deep discounts on flights..... out of mc-carran airport. you can fly between here and l- and dallas.... for -59- dollars. they're also offering flights to vacation sp in mexico.... like cancun..... for as low as.... -1- hundred -49- dollars each way. and.... if you've been ripped off or scammed... we want to hear your story.... contact 13's call for action is ready to help you.... with a consumer problem. just contact one of our volunteers.... any weekday.... between 11 a-m and 1 p-m. our hotline number is.... southwest.. things like this are starting
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phoenix today. the storm system also brought heavy rain to parts of the area. the question is.. could this eventually reach southern nevada? breezy winds will continue through tomorrow as a weak pacific system pushes through the area. also, as we continue to track the moisture from tropical depression javier, it still looks like chances for rain will stay to our east. tonight, expect breezy winds with gusts between 25 - 30 mph with tomorrow. the good news is that the weak, pacific system will bring us a little cool-down as high temps drop to about 100 both tomorrow and thursday. on wednesday and thursday, expect mainly sunny skies with a slight chance for rain in the mountains on wednesday. as the system moves on, high pressure will once again take over, which means things will heat back up. expect a high of 103 on friday, 107 saturday and 108 sunday with sunny skies each day. the sunshine continues for the
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of 108 monday and 106 tuesday. (bryan back to desk) more and more seniors.....
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in touch with loved one...
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to the world of technology.. and... how seniors can avoid it! plus.. more frustration at mccarran where dozens of passengers are stuck for hours.. and they weren't flying delta. "i'm the one that stands on t nevada is one of the worst places in america for the sex trafficking of teenage girls. thankfully, catherine cortez masto went to work to help law enforcement fight back. as attorney general, she made sex trafficking a felony crime and increased sentences. she gave victims the right to sue their captors.
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isn't that something we need more of in washington?
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members fear..... a new bill could cost them.... their jobs... but... as 13 action news reporter.... michael burton tells us... it's one of the authors of that that doesn't happen. like many ccsd employees - members of the "education support employee association" have serious concerns about plans to reorganize the school district. states: a local school precinct is not required to purchase equipment, services and supplies from the school district. it's the word "services" that worries the president of the esea. outsource their service needs, what will happen to the ccsd staff members currently taking care of them. "food service. technical. clerical. those are all service." these services are rendered by what ccsd calls support staff. assemblyman david gardner says the unique needs of support staff members may have been overlooked when drafting these regulations. "when we wrote this bill, the support staff really wasn't involved a ton. i mean every since they came to the public hearing and said he we haven't been involved. i're right. taped tag: the advisory committee will have a final vote on these regulations next
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directly affects support staff - assemblymen gardner promises to have it rewritten before that date so that this group more senior citizens are online now than ever before. new research shows more than half of older americans use the internet.. and more than a fourth are on social media. 13 action news anchor dayna roselli explains how it's helping to maintain family ties.. but there may be a trade-off. pkg full= katie rudel's mother diane wilson is her best friend.
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denver. "......hi!!! there's nana......" like a lot of families katie and diane are finding ways around the distance. "......we do facetime every day so she can see the boys grow and she can be with us......." it's not just for laughs either... facetime became a necessity after a tragic turn. diane was diagnosed with advanced kidney cancer preventing her from going to katie's as much. "......i do worry about airplanes just because of the fact that i'm on chemo every so connecting is heartfelt. (emotional)......" family counselor jessica hopkins says it's common for families that stay connected through technology to feel stress. ".....i think there's definitely a sense of missed connectivity. a sense of authenticity of really just being in the same room experiencing it. ......." despite that... therapists believes the more communication the better and there is a way to escape the downside. "......things like that can
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not a substitute for real in person connection......." so still plan those trips to visit, but dr. hannah kreider also believes seniors taking the initiative language so we can spend time together and i think that does have a positive impact on that up next.. all new on 13 action news live at 6:30- a robbery attempt is stopped cold because of some heroic employees.. and it's even more remarkable because of one interesting detail. what to expect... out..... where nevada falls..... on a list of the most expensive states.... to give birth.
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on 13 action news.... live at 6-30... police are on high alert .....
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but first.. frustrated and confused passengers are stuck for hours at mccarran.. after thier frontier flight was delayed a number of times. tonight ... those passengers are finally on their way to their destination.. but.... not after a very long.... couple of days. they say the first delay was a mechanical issue last night.. and when it was time to leave the second time this morning.. there was another delay. gabrielle young shot this video for us from the terminal. they told us they were yelled-at by frontier em and given very little information about what was going on. there was a crowd around the ticket desk, telling at agents, agents were yelling back at us we reached out to frontier twice. they told us these passengers would be eligible for a refund. they also said there was no yelling at passengers.. the passengers were the ones booing.. and yelling at them. happening right now.. the delta airlines computer glitch is having a larger impact on flights....


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